Géographie et émotions. Moi j’aime bien l’idée, mais j’ai aucune idée de ce que ça donne. Je référence pour explorer plus tard.
“Feeling Space: Towards a History of Emotion, Affect, and Space”
Workshop at the University of Copenhagen
December 6th and 7th, 2013
Professor Monique Scheer, University of Tübingen
and Professor Tim Cresswell from Royal Holloway University of London
The spatial dimension of emotions and affect is currently attracting
increased attention among historians employing a wide range of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches. The main goal of this workshop is to bring together historians who focus on the multiple, mutually constitutive relations between spaces and affect/emotions in different historical contexts. Spatial formations such as classrooms, cityscapes, courts, battlefields, laboratories, churches, and homes can be seen as emotionalized through different embodied practices. Conversely, specific locations may simultaneously enfold and shape emotions.
We would like to address questions such as: How have space, affect, and emotions interacted in different historical contexts? How and to what extent can such interactions be traced? How may historical inquiry help us understand spatial politics of emotion? We invite papers from scholars who approach these themes in different historical and geographical contexts.
Conveners: Assocociate Professor Dorthe Gert Simonsen University of Copenhagen, Assistant Professor Mikkel Thelle, Aarhus University, and Postdoctoral Fellow; Karen Vallgårda, University of Copenhagen. The workshop is funded by The Danish Council for Independent Research and Aarhus University.